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About burban81

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  1. Interesting. That’s not as bad as I would have thought for trimming. I’m getting everything installed on Thursday and I’m already thinking I’ll be disappointed. Might have to make a call today to see if they can get 37” tires in before then. What brand spacers are you running on the front?
  2. Trust me it’s been on my brain if I’m making the right choice only going with the 35” tires. The only reason I’m leery of pulling the trigger for the 37” tires is I don’t want a but load of trimming that you’re always chasing since I was doing that on my 2019. How much rubbing/trimming on your setup?
  3. Moving up in size. Traded in the 2019 GMC 1500 Denali for a new 2020 Chevy 2500HD High County a couple weeks ago. Couldn't pass up on the deals they are giving right now and what they're allowing on trades. Best move getting back into a HD. Old Truck: New Truck: Window tint done first day. Waiting on Cognito 3" Performance Level and 35" Toyo MTs.(plans to do more after the winter months but I have a feeling that won't last long)
  4. I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure that the Custom trim level doesn't get a lot of the amenities that the higher level trims packages will have available within their infotainment systems.
  5. I was going to go with the 4” lift but decided at the last second to go with the 6” and I’m glad I did. The off road flex doesn’t change at all besides giving more room for bigger tires. I have 35x12.5R22 on the truck
  6. 22x10 -19 offset Fuel Contra 35x12.50 Nitto Ridge Grapplers 6” BDS - Lots of trimming was involved to make it not rub so bad. Trimmed out the whole inside of the splash guards, the front wheel liner until the bracket and the bottom front valance trimming. Even after all the trimming it still rubs in reverse on the passenger side but my solution to that is make wider turns.
  7. I recently just did a BDS 6” lift on my Denali and I love it. The ride quality hasn’t changed much especially on open highway but in town driving having load range F tires makes it a little tougher than it was stock. I would recommend the BDS setup for the Denali with ARC.
  8. Just picked up truck on Monday from getting everything done. - 6" BDS Lift - 22x10 -19 Fuel Contra - 35x12.50R22 Nitto Ridge Grappler - Corsa Exhaust - K&N Cold Air Intake 63-3109
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